The course of the Olgiata Golf Club includes the Western and the Eastern circuit, for a total of 27 holes. It was inaugurated in 1961 and projected by the English architect C. Kenneth Cotton. The Western circuit, the oldest one, consisting of 18 holes, hosted important international events, such as the Italian Open in 2002, the 1968 and 1984 editions of the World Championship of Professional Teams and several other competitions within the Golf Italian Federation. In 2012 the course was almost completely redesigned by the American architect Jim Fazio, in order to satisfy new needs, and is now ready to host international tournaments with three configurations PAR 71, 72 and 73, and 7 hitters for all categories. The Eastern new circuit, consisting of a 9-hole course, par 36, has a length of 2,947 meters and hosts various competitions.